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Snowzilla is Coming; PCI Asks Will You Be Ready?
It’s time to take a winter storm preparedness reality check

To help motorists and homeowners protect their property during the harsh winter months, PCI is launching its Winter Storm Preparedness Reality Check campaign. Take a few simple steps to ensure you’re ready for the next Arctic blast and winter storm system.

NOAA Forecast

NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center says there could be above average precipitation and colder than average temperatures along the Northern Tier of the U.S. and below normal precipitation and drier conditions across the South.

No matter what the forecast trends are, wet, wintery roads are particularly hazardous and the dangers can be compounded by distracted driving. As winter nears, it pays to take precautions so that you are ready for the inevitable snow, ice and cold. However, regardless of the weather, it is essential to avoid distracted driving.

Be Prepared

Winter storms also cause significant damage for homeowners. Extreme weather, burst pipes, tree limbs falling, roof or deck collapses can result in insurance claims. PCI offers a wide range of tips and information for homeowners and encourages you to periodically visit this page to find important insurance information related to winter storms.

Follow us on Twitter @PCIAA and visit our other headquarters pages for insurance information and preparedness tips for each type of event.

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